Psychology Study & Revision Guides

 

IBDP Psychology students must study three compulsory levels of analysis, an experimental study, one or more optional modules, and undertake an Internal Assessment. OSC Study and Revision Guides provide a review of key topics, exam practice, and guidance for students approaching their assessments at SL or HL.

Our psychology series covers key SL, HL and optional topics.

Each Guide:

  • Provides a review of core and optional material for Psychology
  • Explores commonly selected theory and research
  • Includes exam practice for short- and long-answer questions
  • Contains a checklist for the internal assessment

Both Psychology guides are relevant for the 2011-2018 exam cycle.

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Psychology HL
£20.00
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  • Author: Jacob Solomon | 1 Ed. | ISBN: 9781907374418
  • This Guide provides a comprehensive review of all aspects of the IBDP Psychology HL course.

    Coverage includes:

    • Clear explanations about the emphasis of different perspectives and research methods
    • Common themes linking core topics
    • Guidance on maximising exam success
    • Frequently used theory and research
    • A checklist for the Internal Assessment

    Key features:

    • Short and long answer exam-style practice questions
    • Content closely matched to the syllabus structure
    • Discussion of the strengths and limitations of theories, methodology, and research
  • About the Author

    Jacob teaches IB higher/standard level Psychology, and is in charge of Year 12 at the Anglican International School of Jerusalem.

Psychology SL
£19.00
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  • Author: Jacob Solomon | 1 Ed. | ISBN: 978-1-907374-42-5
  • This Guide provides a comprehensive review of all aspects of the IBDP Psychology course for SL students.

    Coverage includes:

    • Clear explanations about the emphasis of different perspectives and research methods
    • Common themes linking core topics
    • Guidance on maximising exam success
    • Frequently used theory and research
    • A checklist for the Internal Assessment

    Key features:

    • Short and long answer exam-style practice questions
    • Content closely matched to the syllabus structure
    • Discussion of the strengths and limitations of theories, methodology, and research
  • About the Author

    Jacob teaches IB higher/standard level Psychology, and is in charge of Year 12 at the Anglican International School of Jerusalem.